GSoC 2021 Progress Update 3: Coding style checker bot for Gerrit

Blog post by ritz on Wed, 2021-07-21 17:55

Tl;dr I have completed the bot with basic functionality for my local gerrit instance Link to Introductory blog Link to Progress 1 Link to Progress 2 As I have said before I divided my project in the following parts For every event (change, patch etc.), trigger the Concourse CI pipeline. Implement pipeline in concourse CI for fetching the Git repo and running the haiku-format tool on the relevant files and creating appropriate reports out of the tool.

GSoC 2021 Progress Update 2: Coding style checker bot for Gerrit

Blog post by ritz on Sun, 2021-06-27 14:50

Link to Introductory blog Link to Progress 1 On my quest to finding a way to trigger my jobs anytime a commit happens in gerrit I was looking into this repo and trying to make it work. I tried using it as a resource but it turns out either it’s not public anymore or it was deleted. Then I went through the list of forks in that repo and found this.

GSoC 2021 Progress Update 1: Coding style checker bot for Gerrit

Blog post by ritz on Sat, 2021-06-05 19:46

Hey everyone! I am Hrithik (ritz), You can find about my project in my introductory blog. Here’s what I have done so far. I started by reading Concourse CI documentation in order to get myself familiarise with ci pipeline and various schema involved in it. I also looked at other resources provided by my mentors i.e. Suhel Mehta @suhel_mehta and Alexander von Gluck @kallisti5 . Below are some links if anyone wants to check out.

GSoC 2021: Coding style checker bot for Gerrit

Blog post by ritz on Sat, 2021-05-22 20:31

Introduction Hey everyone! I am Hrithik Kumar, a sophomore at National Institute of Technology Agartala, India majoring in Computer Science and Engineering (CSE). I am happy to say that I will be working on creating a Coding style checker bot for Gerrit as part of the GSoC 2021 project. My mentors are Alexander von Gluck and Suhel Mehta. IRC nick: ritz Matrix: ritz (@ritzkr:matrix.org) Project Haiku has its own coding guidelines which describe how the code should be formatted.